The Grand Egyptian Museum will be situated adjacent to the Giza Plateau with two kilometres of the Giza pyramids. The GEM project is one of the largest and most siginficant in process globally. Its total land area extends to 491,000 square metres. Once completed it will be a world-leading scientific, historical and archaeological study centre.
The museum will cover approximately 3,000 years of ancient Egyptian history and house more than 100,000 artefacts. Its Location, planned to draw visitors back through the ages to ancient Egypt, has been exploited to the full. Visitors will be able to see the pyramids of Khufu and Menkaure through the glass wall that fronts the galleires.
|Scope of work
||Design & installation of suspended scaffolding for installation of the final roof
||Tubes & fittings